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Tom Mignanelli, a former Ford executive who gave Nissan's U.S. sales company a transfusion of American business culture in the early 1990s, has died following surgery for a brain tumor. He was 73.
The 2019 Altima's design required a re-engineering of its engine compartment.
Alabama has been making it look easy to attract the auto industry for the past 20 years.
The world sometimes gets the impression that the auto industry is slowing down, or even receding. That's not happening.
When auto companies invest in new plants, the public takes notice. But turning raw ground into a new auto plant is just one piece of the economic force of automotive capital expenditure.
Forecasters widely predicted a lousy month for Nissan, but U.S. sales rose 2.5 percent in June, helped by strong light-truck demand.
Magna International CEO Don Walker has a Jaguar EV in production in Austria, deals in China to deliver EV systems and a tie-up with Lyft to make its cars self-driving.
Magna's CEO has a Jaguar EV in production in Austria, deals in China to deliver EV systems and a tie-up with Lyft to make its cars self-driving.
Beneath the surface of steady growth, change and repositioning are roiling the global supplier industry.
Coatings supplier Durr Industries recently was named a top supplier of FCA US, recognizing Durr for its assistance in launching the Jeep Compass at FCA's Toluca, Mexico, assembly plant.
The project illustrates a trend in manufacturing capital spending today: As auto suppliers roll out new technologies, many are relying on more automated production processes to make the work fit into their existing space.
Economic developers at TVA are applying their successful formula for auto plant megasites to smaller supplier sites.
Ride-sharing startup Hytch Rewards provides cash to workers who share a ride. The result? Factories can recruit from farther away.
Nissan's strategic downturn flattened out from an April crash -- with May U.S. light-vehicle volume off 4 percent.
Magna will roll an extra US$300 million into r&d over the next three years as it deepens its interest in electrification and autonomous technology.
Nissan decked out its Armada for fun -- and then called it a Patrol.
Magna will roll an extra $300 million into r&d over the next three years as it deepens its interest in electrification and autonomous technology.
Joe Peter, who spent most of his career at General Motors, has retired as CFO of Nissan.
One more sign that automakers are under pressure from a spate of new industry challenges — their relations with suppliers have worsened.
Bo Andersson has been dispatched by the president of Japan's giant family-owned wiring supplier, Yazaki Corp., to fix the business where it needs it most — North America and Europe.
Nissan called April "an extremely challenging month" as U.S. sales crashed 28 percent.
As Lear's new CEO, Ray Scott is focused on fusing the company's traditional seating business with its growing portfolio of electronics technologies.
Lear the seat maker, anticipating connected vehicles, is out to become Lear the smart-seat maker.
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